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Doctors at the University of Maryland Medical Center had a mystery on their hands. A 51 year old physician colleague who looked the picture of health no cardiovascular risks, a marathon runner who had exercised vigorously each day for 30 years had just flunked a calcium screening scan of his heart. The patient had expected a score indicating a healthy cardiovascular system. Instead, the images indicated a high score: a build up of calcium in his coronary arteries put him at high risk for blocked blood vessels and a possible heart attack. The mystery was all the more intriguing because his resting blood pressure and fasting cholesterol levels, the usual measures of cardiovascular health, were in the normal range. In the March 1, 2007, issue of the American Journal of Cardiology, the researchers say this is the first case, to their knowledge, of advanced coronary calcification in an otherwise healthy middle aged male marathon runner who lacked traditional cardiac risk factors and had no symptoms of heart disease. The researchers conclude that the physician's intense, long term exercise regime, coupled with a predisposition toward a type of hypertension, contributed to his cardiovascular disease. "But we also found that this individual has exercise induced hypertension, which I think is vastly under diagnosed." Oxidative stress is a byproduct of the normal cellular metabolism of oxygen. It refers to cell, tissue or organ damage from a class of molecules associated with oxygen metabolism, including unstable molecules called "free radicals." Oxidative stress plays a role in many heart, lung, blood and sleep disorders, including atherosclerosis, or hardening of the arteries, hypertension, heart failure, asthma and sleep apnea. To help gage the impact of oxidative stress on the patient's cardiovascular system, his doctors evaluated the response to exercise of the endothelium, the lining of his arteries. An ultrasound device was used to measure what is known as flow mediated vasodilation. It shows how well the endothelium responds to a sudden increase in the flow of blood through an artery in the upper arm. The endothelium in a healthy vessel typically dilates or expands during this test to accommodate the increased blood flow, while an impaired vessel constricts or narrows. The patient's blood vessel dilation was normal before exercising. But after exercise, vessel constriction occurred immediately and showed no improvement after an hour. To put this response into perspective, the researchers administered the same exercise/blood vessel response test to a group of ten men whose mean age was 41. The vessels of these men initially constricted, but improved significantly one hour after exercise. Several weeks later, the patient was given vitamins C and E just before exercise and was tested again for endothelial response. These vitamins are known as antioxidants and may protect cells from free radical damage. This time, the test revealed a partial reversal of the blood vessel constriction after one hour, and normalization after two hours. "As he took the vitamin C and vitamin E, you could see improvements in his brachial arteries," says Dr. Miller. "We recommended that the patient take these vitamins before he runs." With half the mystery solved, the research team explored another possible cause of the calcium buildup elevated blood pressure. Hypertension can cause artery walls to thicken and the endothelium to narrow. This narrowing can promote the formation of fatty plaque deposits in artery walls. The plaque, from cholesterol and fats, can eventually harden or calcify. Although hypertension did not seem to be a risk factor for this patient, exercise is a major factor in his life. So, the researchers turned to a treadmill stress test to measure his blood pressure during exercise. At the start of the treadmill test, his baseline blood pressure was normal, 118/78 millimeters of mercury (mmHg). He was in such great shape that it took 20 minutes to reach high blood pressure levels, and this happened only after the treadmill speed and incline had been raised. But by the end of the test, his blood pressure had soared to 230/78 mmHg. A check of several of his previous treadmill tests indicated a similar rise in blood pressure. On the basis of running duration and intensity, the researchers estimated that the patient spent about 30 minutes a day at a systolic blood pressure above 200 mmHg. This number is well into the blood pressure danger zone and meets one definition of exercise induced hypertension a jump of at least 60 mmHg from baseline after exercise. This finding should be investigated further, says co investigator Matthew R. "Because we know that blood pressure rises during a stress test, we tend not to pay attention to it. We're more interested in changes in electrical activity and the redistribution of blood during exercise, which could indicate inadequate blood supply to the heart muscle," says Dr. Weir. "The question is, should we pay more attention to treadmill induced changes in blood pressure as a means to identify people at risk for developing coronary artery disease?" Dr. Miller adds another question, "Should we screen all middle aged individuals who want to participate in an exercise program to make sure they don't have exercise induced high blood pressure?" Unlike cholesterol or triglyceride levels, blood pressure levels fluctuate dramatically throughout the day, depending on a variety of factors such as exercise, emotions and even the time of day. In light of that phenomenon, Dr. Weir says the study raises another issue. "This research indicates that we need a more dynamic measure of blood pressure to truly profile the risk of an individual. We've been using casual, at rest office readings of blood pressure for more than 50 years. It's not bad, but it's not the answer." The treadmill is one way to gather a more dynamic measurement, but he says there's an easier option. "It can even be done at home if you have a blood pressure cuff and someone who can take your blood pressure at peak exercise." The patient in the study continues to run, but is now taking medications to lower both his cholesterol and blood pressure. Despite his exercise regime, he appears to be in the same boat as millions of Americans who do not exercise regularly. So, is too much exercise a bad thing? The physicians answer to the contrary. "We are not publishing this report to suggest in any way that people should not be exercising. Exercise has stood the test of time as being one of the best ways to modify cardiovascular risk," says Dr. Miller. 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The Boilers' five pitchers that took the mound issued a combined 11 free passes (seven walks, four HBP). Kenney was the only Purdue pitcher that did not walk a batter. Illinois State stranded 12 runners, including the bases loaded in the third and fourth innings. The Redbirds had the tying run at first base with no outs in the eighth inning after a two run single from Paul DeJong with the bases loaded. The first five hitters of the frame had reached base safely despite DeJong recording the only hit. Cleanup hitter Mike Hollenbeck had connected for a two run double his last time up to get ISU on the board, but he was given the bunt sign in this at bat. After fouling away a pitch for strike two, the Redbirds gambled and kept the bunt play on. Hollenbeck fouled off another pitch to go down on strikes. Kenney struck out the next batter and got out of the inning on a ground ball to second base. Illinois State starter Will Headean (3 2) was ejected from the game in the fifth inning after a two out RBI single from Upp put the Boilers in front 4 0. The left hander had issued a pair of walks in the inning and five on the day, and felt he was being squeezed by the home plate umpire. Five of the six runners that scored for ISU over the seventh and eighth innings reached base via a walk, hit by pitch or an error. Brett Haan only retired one of the six batters he faced but that one out was a big one, ending the bottom of the seventh with runners on first and second base. Adam Dressler got out of a bases loaded jam without a run scoring in the fourth inning to keep the game scoreless. Evak's leadoff single along with walks to Strong and McHugh set the stage for Wood's two run single through the right side in the top of the fifth. McHugh went first to third on the hit and scored on Kyle Johnson's sacrifice fly to center field. Wood had already stolen second base when Upp came through with his second hit to right center in as many at bats, driving in a run this time. The extended rally marked only the second time this season Purdue had scored four runs in an inning. The 8 0 advantage entering the bottom of the seventh represented the Boilers' biggest lead of the season. Evak, Krieg and Strong were aboard when McHugh sent a pitch into the left center field gap to clear the bases. A leadoff single for Maniago and an RBI double from Krieg plated another insurance run in the top of the seventh. Krieg has now reached base safely in 10 straight games. The Boilermakers return to action Friday when they open a three game Big Ten series at No. 11 Indiana. It will be the first time the two rivals have met in the regular season since May 2011.

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